§ 31:19. One-grantor irrevocable trust—With withdrawal rights—Previously issued life insurance policy not to be transferred to trustee and no contingent marital trust—Trust for benefit of grantor's descendants (and optionally grantor's spouse) during life of grantor—Upon death of grantor, remainder of trust estate to spouse's trust if spouse survives, otherwise distributed to, or held in trust for the benefit of, grantor's descendants (optional family trust and optional children's trusts)—Summary of trust agreement | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 31:19. One-grantor irrevocable trust—With withdrawal rights—Previously issued life insurance policy not to be transferred to trustee and no contingent marital trust—Trust for benefit of grantor's descendants (and optionally grantor's spouse) during life of grantor—Upon death of grantor, remainder of trust estate to spouse's trust if spouse survives, otherwise distributed to, or held in trust for the benefit of, grantor's descendants (optional family trust and optional children's trusts)—Summary of trust agreement | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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11D West's Tex. Forms, Estate Planning § 31:19 (4th ed.)
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May 2024 Update
Estate Planning
Donald J. Malouf, Henry J. Lischer, Jr., Alex E. Nakos
Part IX. Irrevocable Inter Vivos Transfer Documents
Chapter 31. Irrevocable Inter Vivos Trusts
II. Forms
A. Trust Agreements
§ 31:19. One-grantor irrevocable trust—With withdrawal rights—Previously issued life insurance policy not to be transferred to trustee and no contingent marital trust—Trust for benefit of grantor's descendants (and optionally grantor's spouse) during life of grantor—Upon death of grantor, remainder of trust estate to spouse's trust if spouse survives, otherwise distributed to, or held in trust for the benefit of, grantor's descendants (optional family trust and optional children's trusts)—Summary of trust agreement
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